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. that could be tragic. >> and of course perry will not win wisconsin or minnesota. he won't win michigan. he wouldn't win pennsylvania. he wouldn't win new jersey. he wouldn't win any of these swing states. >> he's not a blue state guy. no doubt about it. >> all right. mike murphy, stay with us. george pataki -- >> thank you. >> thank you so much for being here. come back soon if you will. >> sure will. >> all right. >> he's in the green room. >> we have standing by former president alvero rebay of colombia to discuss this week's united nations summit. also joining him the president of georgia and nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell. up next former governor jennifer granholm and her husband with their new book. also "the washington post" eugene robinson. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. [ hayden ] what's the best way to hide your breakouts? a dab of concealer here... a flurry of powder there. what if there was a makeup that didn't just hide your breakouts... but actually made them go away. neutrogena skin clearing makeup. it has our proven blemish fighti
a horrific loss to michigan this past weekend. they haven't been good in a long time. is it true that they're just not that good because the recruiting standards are high? or have they just lost their way? >> well, i think it's partially true. the academic note is higher than it is at a lot of big football schools. they also have a problem in that they have not hired in terms of recruiting the best coaches that they could have gotten. and it takes -- >> why is that? >> this kelly guy screaming on the sidelines. >> that's not good. that is not good. if you've got a fabulous athlete, son, is a fabulous athlete, you don't want to think of your kid playing college football and having the coach follow them down the sideline on national television. >> on national tv. >> charlie weiss couldn't recruit to save his life. >> and it's tough recruiting at notre dame, joe, because you've got to convince the guy, look, you're coming to the middle of nowhere, indiana, not a whole lot going on other than this fabulous institution. >> jim cramer, your point? >> well, you are on nbc every saturday, the grea
culture and this is the rhetoric -- you saw my michigan speech. is this embarrassing for the president? >> just last year. >> no indication. no indication yet. >> he didn't call it out. >> he called them out afterwards. >> they have no comment. >> so what happened? >> financier and morning joe. >> in washington, speaking of sexy, pat buchanan joins us. >> all right. >> to answer your question, i know, we've got the chairman of the tea party demanding immediate apology. >> what happen? what happened there? >> well, we had some very, very, very harsh words by the president of the teamsters union that i think there are worse ones being used there than sobs. >> like what? >> let's launch into the news. teamsters union, president jim hoffa warming up the crowd before the labor day speech in detroit taking that at the tea party that we played to you coming in to the show, the chairwoman of the tea party wants an apology from hoffa. she said this -- jimmy hoffa's remarks are inexcusable and amount to a call for violence on peaceful tea party members which include many teamster members. the wh
two hours to him. it's over he's basically saying. >> and things didn't get better in michigan. >> nope. mitt romney was the big winner there taking 50% of the vote, perry came in second, nearly 17%, followed by herr main cain with 8.5% support. >> why does this matter? you know, mr. chairman, why this matters. this terrible run in september for rick perry. as this terrible launch has a direct impact on how much money he's going to raise and what he's going to report at the end of this quarter. and i've got to believe that's going to be really dented in by this horrific week or two that perry's had. >> oh, absolutely. you've already begun to hear some of the operatives and the donors say, well, let me take a look. and that's something, joe and mika, that i think a lot of republican establishment types have yet to understand about the dynamics of this race. and i've talked about it a number of times that the system is designed this year, especially, to allow for rick santorum or herman cain the opportunity to express themselves. an unsteady still searching kind of base that allo
something. i will tell you, if the president of the united states is going to deliver a speech in michigan saying civility is important and this is, bla, bla, bla. i know it's 80 after the hour, but we are going to say it. the president has the responsibility to treat both sides the same. listen to jay carney yesterday saying what? >> jay took it seriously. yes. this was the official -- >> nothing to say. >> i understand that there is a ritual in washington that you know, somebody says something and you link the associations and everyone with an association with him or her has to avow. mr. hoffa speaks for himself. he speaks for the labor movement. the president speaks for himself. i speak for the president. >> interesting this is the same white house that rush limbaugh stands for what he saids. glenn beck for what he said. fox news for what they said. jim cramer and "mad money" for what they have said. they have used that pulpit to go after people when they say irresponsible things. >> his choice of words is bad. i don't know what's wrong with saying that. it makes more of an issue. hold
last weekend in the straw poll in michigan, for instance, the majority of tea partiers supported my effort. that's good news for me. i've got the largest -- the plurality of the tea party votes in michigan. that's probably true in new hampshire, as well. and the polls aren't accurate at this stage, but i'm getting good support, and i've got a lot of very conservative folks supporting me and people more towards the middle and across the spectrum. >> you know, eric erickson, red state, obviously conservative website. eric writes this, and you hear a lot of chattering out there from conservatives who say at the end of the day, it's glaringly clear that romney is not one of us. talking about the conservatives. and he isn't the best candidate for this position. as rick perry said the night before, he's obama-like, but we need something to articulate the case against. he finished by saying romney fired more people than he hired in the private sector. let's start with the last charge first and go back to the bigger question about you and the conservative movement. did you fire more people
to michigan. that's a state struggling with a an unemployment rate over the national average. the detroit metro area, unemployment there is nearing 16%. nbc's kristin welker is live at the white house this morning. >> reporter: good morning, thomas. it is certainty a tough backdrop for the president to be addressing thousands of union members in detroit. in addition to those statistics you just mentioned, a lot of union members feel as though this has been one of the toughest years that they've had in a long time. they feel as though they've been under attack from gop lawmakers who have been trying to scale back their union bargaining rights. we've seen this happen in wisconsin and ohio, and now in michigan. and they also have expressed some displeasure with the president for some of his policies, including his decision to extend the bush era tax cuts. they feel as though the debt limit debate wasn't handled very well. they think it was too focused on cutting spending and not focused enough on stimulus. couple that with the dismal jobs report that we got nationally last friday where we sa
of those showers rotating through southern lake michigan. some of that moisture is getting kicked into western pennsylvania, slowly fading over toward central pennsylvania now. d.c. with light showers just off toward the west. we'll see an increasing chance for showers through new york, philly, even potentially toward hartford later this evening. we'll continue to monitor those. boston, dry until later on tonight. we'll be back with more morning joe right after this. yesterday doesn't win. big doesn't win. titles corner offices don't win. what wins? original wins. fresh wins. smart wins. the world's most dynamic companies know what wins in business today. maybe that's why so many choose to work with us. we're grant thornton. audit. tax. advisory. [ woman ] my heart medication isn't some political game. [ man ] our retirement isn't a simple budget line item. [ man ] i worked hard. i paid into my medicare. [ man ] and i earned my social security. [ woman ] now, instead of cutting waste and loopholes, washington wants to cut our benefits? that wasn't the agreement. [ male announcer ]
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and michigan and pennsylvania. >> yeah. you know, it's been interesting listening to this for the past few minutes. because in my mind, if you're going to look at the state of politics today, you really have to look back nearly 80 years for a match to what's happening, i think. because what's out there is this huge apprehension about the president with people leaning toward fearful about the future. you can talk about interest groups, talk about coalitions, but the shock that went through this country in the fall of 2008 -- there's no more pensions, remember. when people saw their 401s collapse, looked at their kids, 15, 16 in high school, college on the horizon. a, can we afford it? b, they're never going to have the shot in this country that i've had. parents thinking that. and that kind of shock, that kind of cultural, social shock is way above politics in terms of a threat to president obama or any other incumbent. >> the assumption that the next generation would be better. >> yes. >> absolutely. >> can i ask a question, please? >> we need to get gene's piece in, and then we would love
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